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  A proteomic study of serum from children with neurofibromatosis type 1 autism
  Prof J Green, Dr S Garg, Dr R Unwin
Applications accepted all year round
Proteomic approaches using mass spectrometric analysis have proved a valuable tool in understanding the molecular pathogenesis of complex disorders such as schizophrenia and ASD.
  Activity based proteomic probes for profiling CYP2W1 in cancer tissues
  Research Group: Institute of Cancer Therapeutics
  Dr C Sutton, Dr K Pors
Applications accepted all year round
Cytochromes P450 (CYPs) are a superfamily of mixed function oxidases of which CYP1-4 subfamily members are unique in their ability to oxidise drugs.
  Proteomic Markers of Chronic Renal Scarring
  Dr P Watson
Applications accepted all year round
All types of chronic kidney disease (CKD) progress to end stage renal failure through a common pathway of fibrosis and scarring. Subsequently 2 million patients worldwide require renal replacement therapy (RRT).
  Elucidation of the role of newly discovered post-translational modification of proteins involved in hypoxia signalling using proteomic analysis and live cell imaging
  Dr V See, Prof C E Eyers
Applications accepted all year round
The hypoxia signalling pathway is required for the adaptation of cells to a low oxygen environment, which cells can experience in various physiological and pathological circumstances related to high altitude, development, wound healing and cancer.
  A functional proteomic approach to reveal how receptor tyrosine kinases trafficking specifies cancer cell responses
  Dr C Francavilla, Prof S Hubbard
Applications accepted all year round
Background and goals. Cells respond appropriately to their surroundings by activating plasma membrane spanning receptors like Receptor Tyrosine Kinases (RTKs) and thereby adapting long-term outputs (e.g.
  Proteomic analyses of adhesion signalling in cancer
  Prof M J Humphries, Dr C Jorgensen
Applications accepted all year round
Why adhesion? Cell surface adhesion receptors play key roles in the control of cell movement, survival, division and differentiation, and they underpin a metazoan (multicellular) existence.
  Proteomic approach to understand mitochondrial quality control under normal and stress conditions
  Dr H Lu, Prof S Hubbard
Applications accepted all year round
Defects in protein quality control lead to the accumulation of misfolded and damaged proteins, which play an important role in many diseases (e.g.
  An investigation into the genomic and proteomic effects of heavy metal exposure to the hyperaccumulator plants Eichhornia crassipes and Pistia stratiotes
  Dr D O'Neill, Dr C O'Reilly, Dr O O'Donovan
Application Deadline: 26 April 2019
Post summary. This project sets out to gain a fundamental understanding of the mechanisms by which South American water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) hyperaccumulate heavy metals from their surroundings.
  The generation of RBCs in vitro from stem cell sources and the molecular regulation of erythropoiesis.
  Dr J Frayne
Applications accepted all year round
Development of systems for the generation of red blood cells (RBCs) from stem cells sources (adult peripheral blood, cord blood and pluripotent stem cells)…
  Characterising the human Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) synaptic proteome
  Dr C Henstridge, Dr T Wishart
Application Deadline: 1 May 2019
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is caused by the breakdown of upper and lower motor neurons leading to the progressive weakness and atrophy of muscle, often resulting in respiratory failure and death within a few years of diagnosis.
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